Fred Hiltz tackling what he can’t tackle and ignoring what he can

It goes without saying that trading humans for money is evil. It is an evil over which Anglican leaders have no influence: I suspect most of them are not slave owners themselves and anyone who is has little interest in their opinion. Denouncing human trafficking projects an aura of virtue without making any demands on the denouncer.

What Hiltz could do is stop tearing apart the Anglican Communion by continuing to destroy the sacrament of marriage. But he won’t.

From here:

Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, says he hopes human trafficking will be in the spotlight when primates from across the Anglican Communion meet in Canterbury, England, October 2-6.

“It is right that the Anglican Consultative Council should challenge the provinces of the Anglican Communion to tackle this issue, and it is right that here in the Primates’ Meeting we should begin substantial attention to it,” Hiltz said. “My own hope and prayer is that together we will rise up and be strong and bold to defy and defeat this crime against humanity.”

4 thoughts on “Fred Hiltz tackling what he can’t tackle and ignoring what he can

  1. It’s mis-direction. They’re not finished gutting marriage and human sexuality and don’t want to be disturbed. But isn’t being against slavery a bit Islamophobic?

  2. This Hiltz character must be living in a dream world. Does he honestly believe that anyone pays any attention to his now very little church?

    • Fred Hiltz and his apostate colleagues have virtually destroyed any semblance of Christianity in the ACoC with their worship of the “god of political expediency” and their actions in legally stealing properties from genuine orthodox Christians who have upheld the genuine Anglican doctrines. If Fred Hiltz was genuinely concerned he would resign and ensure his apostate colleagues do the same.

  3. Spot on, David.
    For if there is first a willing mind, it is accepted according to what one has (=can do), and not according to what he does not have (=cannot do). 2 Corinthians 8:12

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